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Riders Profile: Matej Mohoric


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11 Interviews

« J’ai dû me mettre au niveau »

Chronique du Vélo, Robin Watt, 4 April 2019
Posted by: Tim Booth

Il est un touche à tout qui n’a peur de rien, voire qui se cherche encore. Matej Mohoric, 24 ans, est un homme de classiques : mais il ne sait pas encore lesquelles, et même, en vérité, il pense aux courses par étapes. Cette saison, pour la première fois, il découvre les courses flandriennes.



"Prêt à débuter sur le Tour de France"

Cyclism'Actu, Quentin Ballue, 11 January 2019
Posted by: Tim Booth

Coureur le plus prolifique de l'équipe Bahrain-Merida en 2018, Matej Mohoric a littéralement explosé la saison passée. La trajectoire du Slovène est impressionnante depuis sa victoire d'étape sur la Vuelta en 2017. Il n'y a plus de doute : Mohoric dispose d'un immense potentiel, qu'il compte bien confirmer en 2019.



Ready for a new adventure in 2016

Cafe Roubaix, Cafe Roubaix, 20 November 2015
Posted by: Bitossi

Former Junior and Under 23 World Champion, Matej Mohoric has decided to leave Cannondale-Garmin after his second pro season and join Italian outfit Lampre-Merida on a two-year contract. Just 21-years-old, the Slovenian remains one of the most promising young riders of the peloton, and although he didn’t manage to add a win to his name since joining the World Tour ranks, the general consensus is that a breakthrough result will come very soon.



I want to do a Grand Tour in 2015

Cafe Roubaix, Cafe Roubaix, 4 November 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

At just 19, Matej Mohoric was the youngest rider to race in the World Tour this season. The talented Slovenian was a member of the Cannondale Team, where he ended up after winning the Junior and U23 World Title in the previous two seasons. The beginning of 2014 found him at the start of the Tour Down Under, which was followed, a couple months later, by the Ardennes Classics that Matej loves so much and where he has the potential to shine in the future



Devenir champion d’ici cinq ans.

Direct Velo, Maxime Segers, 26 September 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

Champion du Monde en 2012 à Valkenburg chez les Juniors et en 2013 à Florence chez les Espoirs, c'est à Ponferrada, un an plus tard, qu'il fera ses débuts chez les professionnels. Après avoir disputé l'épreuve contre-la-montre mercredi, c'est sur la course en ligne, dimanche, que le Slovène sera aligné. DirectVelo.com a rencontré le coureur de Cannondale.



Interview Matej Mohoric.

Cycling Updates, Wesley Verheijen & Ruud Arts, 15 January 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

In 2012 he won the World Championship road race for juniors, in 2013 he won the World Championship road race for riders U23. In 2014 he will be the youngest rider in the World Tour, his name is of course Matej Mohoric. He will be riding for Cannondale Pro Cycling Team in 2014 and is not stressed at all about his debute in the professional ranks. Read what he had to say below.



A chat with Matej Mohoric, the U23 world champion.

Cafe Roubaix, Cafe Roubaix, 9 January 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

Last September, after a memorable descent, Matej Mohoric won the U23 world title, one year after he won the rainbow jersey in the Junior race. One of the most gifted young riders out there, the 19 year old Slovenian signed with Cannondale for the next seasons and will make his World Tour debut in a couple of days, at the Tour Down Under. After going to Oz, he will race in Europe, where he will get for the first time in his career the taste of the Ardennes Classics that suit him so well. This week, before traveling to Australia, I caught up with Matej and he talked about the first months with Cannondale and his plans for this season.



Quizás en algunos años prepare una gran vuelta.

Ciclismo Internacional, Pablo Martin Palermo, 4 October 2013
Posted by: Bitossi

Matej Mohoric es quizás uno de los mayores talentos de su generación, ya que pese a cultivar el perfil bajo y no ser un ciclista con un palmarés abultado, atesora a los casi 19 años dos títulos del Mundo.



"Nessuna paura, punto al bis"

Ciclismoweb.net, Silvia Tomasoni, 26 September 2013
Posted by: DZI

In cima al Cauberg sembra di stare in una chiesa gremita di gente il giorno di una solenne funzione; al posto delle colonne istoriate, però, ci sono i filari di alberi; agli inni sacri si sostituiscono i canti di incitamento; ai ceri le bandiere di mille Paesi. Il Cauberg è uno di quei luoghi che trasformano lo sport in religione; sull’ascesa simbolo dell’Amstel Gold Race è come se ci si trovasse in un santuario. Il “sancta sanctorum” del ciclismo.



Prouver ce que je vaux.

Cyclisme'Actu, Renaud Breban, 20 September 2013
Posted by: Bitossi

Vous ne le connaissez peut-être pas, mais Matej Mohorič est certainement l'un des coureurs sur qui il faudra compter dans les prochaines années. Le coureur slovène, champion du monde chez les juniors l'an passé, a réalisé une bonne fin de saison chez les espoirs et va, en 2014, débuter sa carrière professionnelle au plus haut niveau, avec la Cannondale Pro Cycling, à seulement 19 ans. Cyclism'Actu a voulu en savoir un peu plus sur ce coureur, abordable, prometteur et qui garde la tête sur les épaules.



I dream of winning the Giro.

Cafe Roubaix, Cafe Roubaix, 9 August 2013
Posted by: Bitossi

In 2012, at the World Championships, Matej Mohoric won the gold medal in the Junior Road Race, a perfect ending for a season that was already impressive for the young Slovenian, just 17 years old at that time (he was second in the individual time trial at the Worlds and had seven victories in UCI events). The win from Valkenburg caught the attention of numerous big teams, and a year later, Matej Mohoric has signed with a World Tour one. Which team is it, what are his objectives for the future, and many more, in the following interview I’ve done with Matej at the beginning of this week











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